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Neil D. Merrett

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2017

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2017

Dr Adrian Sultana

Double Bay, New South Wales,1360

Australia

Background Information

Employment History

Foundation Professor of Surgery

Western Sydney University


Consultant Surgeon, Department of Surgery and Discipline of Surgery

University of Western Sydney


Conjoint Associate Professor

University of New South Wales


Senior Surgical Registrar

The POWH Homeless Ministry


Affiliations

South Western Sydney Local Health District

Board Member


NSW Breast Cancer Institute

Member


Royal Australasian College of Surgeons

Committee Member for the Upper GI Section


Surgical Optimisation

Member


New Zealand Gastro Oesophageal Surgical Association

Board Member and Member


Training Committee for Australian

Board Member and Member


Australian Pancreatic Cancer Genome Initiative

Network Member


Cancer Institute

Ethics Committee


GUEST EDITORIAL

Board Member


Web References(32 Total References)


College of Intensive Care Medicine 2017 ASM

cicm-asm.org.au [cached]

Professor Neil Merrett
Professor Neil Merrett Is the Foundation Professor of Surgery, Western Sydney University. He is a Specialist Upper GI Surgeon, Director of Surgery and Head Upper GI Surgery for South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) He has an extensive interest in the development of databases and protocol driven patient cares and outcomes for malignancy and the development of personalised treatment programmes for patients with Upper GI malignancies. He has contributed to the development of Low volume oncology in NSW including the progressive concentration of UGI oncology in NSW through the NSW Cancer Institute and in collaboration with the Cancer Institute; is the Chair of the Working Party developing the recommended diagnostic and treatment algorithms for the treatment of Oesophago-gastric and pancreatic neoplasms as well as the development of patient information resources for patients with these conditions. Amongst his many committee duties, he sits on the SWSLHD Board and Chairs its Healthcare Quality and Safety Committee; Is a member of the NSW State Surgical Taskforce; Is a member of the Surgical Optimisation Working Party for NSW Cancer Institute: Is a Board Member and Member of the Training Committee for Australian and New Zealand Gastro Oesophageal Surgical Association (ANZGOSA) and a Committee Member for the Upper GI section of RACS.


About Us-Collaborators | Australian Pancreatic Cancer Genome Initiative

www.pancreaticcancer.net.au [cached]

Neil Merrett, Department of Surgery & Discipline of Surgery, University of Western Sydney, NSW


BioResource-Studies-Supported | Australian Pancreatic Cancer Genome Initiative

www.pancreaticcancer.net.au [cached]

Prof Neil Merrett, University of Western Sydney, Sydney.
November 2011.


College of Intensive Care Medicine 2017 ASM

www.cicm-asm.org.au [cached]

" data-url="cms_files/SPEAKERS/neilmerrett.jpg" data-name="Professor Neil Merrett" class="glyphicon glyphicon-user">Is the Foundation Professor of Surgery, Western Sydney University.
He is a Specialist Upper GI Surgeon, Director of Surgery and Head Upper GI Surgery for South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) He has an extensive interest in the development of databases and protocol driven patient cares and outcomes for malignancy and the development of personalised treatment programmes for patients with Upper GI malignancies. He has contributed to the development of Low volume oncology in NSW including the progressive concentration of UGI oncology in NSW through the NSW Cancer Institute and in collaboration with the Cancer Institute; is the Chair of the Working Party developing the recommended diagnostic and treatment algorithms for the treatment of Oesophago-gastric and pancreatic neoplasms as well as the development of patient information resources for patients with these conditions. Amongst his many committee duties, he sits on the SWSLHD Board and Chairs its Healthcare Quality and Safety Committee; Is a member of the NSW State Surgical Taskforce; Is a member of the Surgical Optimisation Working Party for NSW Cancer Institute: Is a Board Member and Member of the Training Committee for Australian and New Zealand Gastro Oesophageal Surgical Association (ANZGOSA) and a Committee Member for the Upper GI section of RACS. " data-url="cms_files/SPEAKERS/neilmerrett.jpg" data-name="Professor Neil Merrett">Professor Neil Merrett " data-url="cms_files/SPEAKERS/neilmerrett.jpg" data-name="Professor Neil Merrett">Professor Neil Merrett " data-url="cms_files/SPEAKERS/neilmerrett.jpg" data-name="Professor Neil Merrett" class="glyphicon glyphicon-user">Is the Foundation Professor of Surgery, Western Sydney University. He is a Specialist Upper GI Surgeon, Director of Surgery and Head Upper GI Surgery for South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) He has an extensive interest in the development of databases and protocol driven patient cares and outcomes for malignancy and the development of personalised treatment programmes for patients with Upper GI malignancies. He has contributed to the development of Low volume oncology in NSW including the progressive concentration of UGI oncology in NSW through the NSW Cancer Institute and in collaboration with the Cancer Institute; is the Chair of the Working Party developing the recommended diagnostic and treatment algorithms for the treatment of Oesophago-gastric and pancreatic neoplasms as well as the development of patient information resources for patients with these conditions. Amongst his many committee duties, he sits on the SWSLHD Board and Chairs its Healthcare Quality and Safety Committee; Is a member of the NSW State Surgical Taskforce; Is a member of the Surgical Optimisation Working Party for NSW Cancer Institute: Is a Board Member and Member of the Training Committee for Australian and New Zealand Gastro Oesophageal Surgical Association (ANZGOSA) and a Committee Member for the Upper GI section of RACS. " data-url="cms_files/SPEAKERS/neilmerrett.jpg" data-name="Professor Neil Merrett">Professor Neil Merrett, Prof Jas Samra commenced his medical career in the United Kingdom and obtained his medical degree in 1988.


asm.cicm.org.au

Professor Neil Merrett
Professor Neil Merrett Is the Foundation Professor of Surgery, Western Sydney University. He is a Specialist Upper GI Surgeon, Director of Surgery and Head Upper GI Surgery for South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) He has an extensive interest in the development of databases and protocol driven patient cares and outcomes for malignancy and the development of personalised treatment programmes for patients with Upper GI malignancies. He has contributed to the development of Low volume oncology in NSW including the progressive concentration of UGI oncology in NSW through the NSW Cancer Institute and in collaboration with the Cancer Institute; is the Chair of the Working Party developing the recommended diagnostic and treatment algorithms for the treatment of Oesophago-gastric and pancreatic neoplasms as well as the development of patient information resources for patients with these conditions. Amongst his many committee duties, he sits on the SWSLHD Board and Chairs its Healthcare Quality and Safety Committee; Is a member of the NSW State Surgical Taskforce; Is a member of the Surgical Optimisation Working Party for NSW Cancer Institute: Is a Board Member and Member of the Training Committee for Australian and New Zealand Gastro Oesophageal Surgical Association (ANZGOSA) and a Committee Member for the Upper GI section of RACS.


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